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JPEG vs PNG files

JPEG vs PNG

As a general rule JPEGs are best for photos and images with lots of colors, while PNGs are best for line art, logos, and images with transparent backgrounds. JPEGs tend to be smaller in file size than PNGs, so if you’re looking to save space or shorten page loading times Jpegs are the way to go.

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RGB vs CMYK

RGB vs CMYK

If you’re new to the world of graphic design, you may be wondering what CMYK and RGB are. These are two of the most common color modes used in graphic design and photography, and it’s important to understand the difference between them.

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What is a PNG file

What is a PNG file?

PNG is short for Portable Network Graphic, a type of raster image file that uses the .png extension. It’s especially popular with web designers because it supports graphics with transparent or semi-transparent backgrounds. PNGs offer lossless compression and support over 16 million colors.

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